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    Real Fullface with better ventilation than TLD D2?

    Hi, does anyone know of a real full-face that is significantly more ventilated than a TLD D2?
    [No switchblade / casco / ...] What about the Specializewd Deviant? Anything else?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tald
    Hi, does anyone know of a real full-face that is significantly more ventilated than a TLD D2?
    [No switchblade / casco / ...] What about the Specializewd Deviant? Anything else?

    Thanks!
    I used my new Azonic t-55 the other day in 100+ degree heat and it wasn't much hotter than my regular helmet. Check out the specialized devient/pryme AL thread a little ways down the page for more info. . . .

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    The Giro Remedy and Dainese D-Raptor are both worth checking out. I switched from a TLD SE (moto, same venting as the D2) to the Remedy. Much better venting - huge difference when moving fast.

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    How about the Viper MX at Chainreaction? That looks solid yet vented:

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=10718

    Maybe the MET Parachute? Too minimalistic?

    http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...x?ModelID=2407

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    I've got a 661 comp and it's pretty vented.

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    Pryme Al and Deviant.

    I don't think there's any more vented full coverage helmet than these two. Here's a couple of pics of the Pryme AL. I've even modified the padding in mine for use as a trail helmet. Look further down for lots of discussion about this and other helmets.
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    I tried on a deviant last weekend and I was impressed with how it is made.
    The cheak bone padding is removable and you can change the positioning. The chin strap was good quality and not just a basic strap with a clip.
    There is also an adjustment for the lower part of the skull to have a snugger fit with the helmet.
    Im just waiting another week or two to get the 07 deviant in black/grey

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